• News/Events
  • Software Carpentry
    from May 31, 2018 to June 1, 2018
    Your research requires data analysis but you lack computing skills? Come and join us at Software Carpentry event in Grenoble (free and beginner friendly). This two-day hands-on workshop will cover basic concepts and tools (Git/Bash/R/Python), data management, and task automation.
  • @Media seminar: Information cycle and digital methods
    from May 30, 2018 to May 31, 2018
    The first day will be about “Analyzing the information cycle during media events” and the second one about “Data Science: Disciplinary Dialogues and Infrastructures”. This seminar will take place on May 30 and 31 (Amphi E, IEP).
  • Data Club: 4th seminar
    on the May 30, 2018
    The Data Club is opened to PhD candidates, master degree students and post-docs working in the data field. For this third session of the Data Club, Marc Ohlmann will speak about "Graphical models and ecology: linking ecological theory to statistical models". Drinks are served during the second part of the session.
  • The ninth working session of the Grenoble R community will be about Out of memory matrices. Drinks and snacks are served during the second part of the session.
  • Due to strikes, the seminar is POSTPONED. Ronan Fablet (IMT Atlantique, Lab-STICC/TOMS) will give a talk on Learning & Ocean Big Data: data-driven modelling, analysis, and reconstruction of complex dynamical systems.

 

Grenoble Alpes Data Institute

An interdisciplinary research Institute on how data change science and society

The Grenoble Alpes Data Institute aims to undertake groundbreaking interdisciplinary research focusing on how data change science and society.

It combines three fields of data-related research in a unique way: data science applied to spatial and environmental sciences, biology, and health sciences; data-driven research as a major tool in Social Sciences and Humanities; and studies about data governance, security and the protection of data and privacy.
 
Data-driven innovation is a key pillar of 21st-century growth and will significantly enhance scientific progress, economic competitiveness and social well-being.

The Grenoble Alpes Data Institute is created in a timely manner in order to undertake promising data-related research on strategic fields including climate change, space, health, the protection of freedom and security of European citizens, and the promotion of innovative societies.